57 miles south west of Hyde Park Corner is the turning to Plum at Henley. The hamlet of Henley (not to be confused with Henley-on-Thames) hides away between the Cowdray and Leconfield Estates in the Sussex countryside, and has so many listed buildings that it has remained mostly untouched. Our local pub, The Duke of Cumberland Arms, is a one minute walk from the cottage. With indoor and outdoor log fires, a trout pond and their gorgeous restaurant, Simon Goodman the owner and chef will be waiting to cook for you.
From £225 per night
Sleeps 2 guests
720 sq ft
1 sitting room
Plum at Henley is a characterful one bedroom cottage on two floors, nestled at the end of the Lickfold valley in Henley, West Sussex and just seven miles from the town of Haslemere in Surrey.
Open plan shaker-style fitted kitchen
Sitting room with wood burner
Private cottage garden with terrace and views over the Lickfold Valley
Library of Design and Art books, DVDs and board games
LG Smart TV with Bowers and Wilkins five speaker surround sound system
First floor bedroom and en-suite bathroom with freestanding bath (no shower)
Super King Bed from Vispring with 200 thread count white Egyptian cotton bedding
BBQ with coals
“Our personal highlights were baths in the big tub, frothy coffees in the mornings and relaxing in front of the fire after a rainy walk. This cottage really is the perfect romantic stay for any season and any weather!”
- Sophie and Matt, July 2020
The hamlet of Henley in West Sussex is 10 miles from Haslemere in Surrey, and 30 miles from J10 of the M25
The nearest train station is Haslemere, a 15 minute drive away, with direct links to London Waterloo every 15 minutes
Gatwick and Heathrow airports are each about an hour’s drive
Other nearby destinations are Goodwood House for racing and motoring events, Cowdray Park for Polo and the market town of Petworth for antiques and Petworth House.